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good morning to you. i'm innatasha curry. i'm in for robin meade today. i hope you're doing well so far. investigators have a person of interest in the gruesome killing of a yale student, annie le. so what evidence are they looking at to see whether he has something to do with the killing? and a lawmaker who heckled president obama got chewed out twice. police investigating the grisly killing of yale student aep annie le took ray mobbed clark into custody yesterday. he is expected to be released after they search his home and
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take dna from him. he is being labelled a person of interest. >> this is our typical process. we'll take sam ls of his hair. we'll take a saliva sample from him, scrape his fingernails. we've known where he was at all along. he was where we expected him to be when we served the search warrant tonight. i don't know what the stuff is about a man hunt. >> le's body was found in a wall in the basement of a medical research building. they found bloody clothing hidden above a ceiling in another part of the building. now one analyst talked to our sister network, cnn, about how this might all play out. >> it looked like a crime of passion that was committed in the heat of the moment, spontaneously, xulsively, a case of manslaughter rather than first degree or second-degree murder. but at the same time if this ever goes to court, the jury
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will see it as premeditated because the killer stayed around and planned concealing the body. so when you see planning after the fact, then you also think of planning before the fact. but i don't think it's clear at all that was the case. oot now we still don't know how le died. prosecutors have blocked the release of autopsy results saying the publication might interfere with their investigation. well, get ready for another health care overhaul plan. max baucus is expected to introduce a bill today touted as a bipartisan compromise. republicans in talks to negotiate the plan are not onboard. this bill, though, has been researched for months. senator baucus admits it has a long way to go. >> a lot of steps and a lot of days before final passage in the committee. there will be lots of ideas, lots of amendments. there's a lot of ways for senators to try to work their
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way to support it. most members of the house and the senate are optimists. they try to find solutions to help people. and so clearly senators are going to offer amendments to try to improve the bill so they can support this. i'm quite confident at the end of the day the sygma jort of support including some republican is a port. >> baucus plan would require there it be financial penalties for those who don't. it lacks a public health option many liberals support. brand-new details about a terrorism investigation in new york city. the targets of monday's raids linked to a new york-area mosque. that's from a source with direct knowledge of the investigation. the source tells cnn agents were searching for explosive devices or parts intended to be used on targets in the new york area. none were found. now it's unclear whether anyone
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is still being detained. the fallout is growing over the congressman who shouted "you lie lie" during the president's speech on health care last week. yesterday the house passed a resolution mostly along party lines formally admonishing representative joe wilson. meanwhile, former president jimmy carter says the heckle was rooted in racism and is a bigger backlash against the nation's first african-american president. here's what he told cnbc last night. that racism still exists and i think it's bubbled up to the surface because of a belief among many white people, not just in the south but around the country, that african-americans are not qualified to lead this great country. >> congressman wilson's son, allen, said, quote, there is not a racist bone in my dad's body. house democrats wanted wilson to
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apologize to congress but the south carolina republican said his personal apology to president obama accomplice to everyone. so we want to know what do you think of president carter's statement? text your comments to hlntv. start your message with robin and e-mail us by going to the contact us box at cnn.com/robin. it took california police not one but four tires to try to stop this driver in the high-speed chase last night. they repeatedly used those maneuvers to stop the car which they say was stolen. now even with sparks flying the driver tried to keep going. finally on the fourth try the car stopped. the driver got out and surrendered. hey, guess what, japan has a new prime minister hatoyama.
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now this is a huge shift in political power ending 50 years of almost unbroken rule by the liberal democratic party. right now japan faces major unemployment, homelessness and its worst recession since world war ii. astronomers say they found the first rocky planet outside our solar system. the european team said it's the closest thing to earth they've found so far, but it's too hot to sustain life. circling its sun in just 20 hours. the surface temperature is a whopping 3,600 degrees. but still, experts say, it's a big discovery for trying to find life elsewhere in the universe. one guy got himself arrested after he rode his motorcycle butt naked. yeah. a police officer pulled him over in marion county, florida, yesterday. i guess he got a little hot or something. the guy said the last thing he remembered was being at hooter's. he failed a sobriety test and
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police say it is his fifth dui. >> i asked him what happened and he said he lost them. you could see from his feet, which were bare all the way up to his shoulders that he didn't have any clothing on. >> now the suspect later told tv reporters that he said, hey, that wasn't me. it wasn't me. i think the wind did it. the wings at hooters are so good. maybe he got wing crazy, bob. >> he got hot. >> yeah. >> what's happening right now, low-pressure region, it's the same one from yesterday and it is just blasting in arkansas with heavy downpours. look at the rains under the clouds. most of it leaning on over to oklahoma, stretching down in towards texas today as well. but the heavy strength we're going to find is right around little rock. texarkana. flash flood watches, the dark shaded green, the areas where
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it's actually happening. this is the bright shaded green. look how much rain we had today, two to three inches from little rock to just outside of dallas. heavy rain around little rock now that stretches back in towards memphis. memphis another morning with just heavy downpours. lots of lightning, too. that will move on to the atlanta area as well. trying to get in to atlanta this morning a big line of showers that went through earlier. now they're up to the north. there's the way it looks. rain heavy at times. once that's cleared on through, we'll see another come on in. you see the low clouds are here. we will definitely get airport delays this morning. >> yeah. atlanta had a lot of delays yesterday. i got stuck on the tarmac in d.c. trying to get back here. >> it's going to be the same thing. the weather pattern hasn't changed. >> hey, are you looking to get away? well, hotel prices are dropping across the board and that's some good news in a bad economy. plus -- >> it's not really scary.
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it's exciting. >> what was that hanging there? talk about girl power, though, a junior varsity cheerleader took down this gator and wait until you hear what her weapon of choice was. at bank of america we are
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and we want to help you every step of the way. how do you instill confidence in other people. do an i-report, i'd love to see you. here's why. every day we're going to choose somebody who is the winner and you're going to get a free autographed copy of my book out now in stores called "morning sunshine: how to radiate confidence and feel it, too." even bigger than that there is a grand prize to be won. that's a trip to atlanta so we can meet you right there in the studio. and we're going to announce today's winner in our 9:00 a.m. eastern hour, so stay tuned for that. a texas school district has canceled a field trip to see former president george w. bush. it didn't show president obama's speech to school kids last week. later the superintendent
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apologized say the teachers could play the recorded speech. hundreds of fifth graders from the arlington, be texas, school district were going to hear mr. bush speak next week. the media attention was a distraction. two men in ohio are charged with pointing a laser at an airplane. they were arrested at this gas station monday after the pilot of an american eagle jet reported a red light in hiscock pit as he was landing at the columbus airport. a police helicopter was searching for the source of the laser when it, too, was targeted. >> you're horsing around, you're trying to do these things as a joke or for fun, the consequences can be, first of all, there could be a tragedy if an airliner went down because of this type of activity and, secondly, you're going to go to jail. >> one of the suspects is a helicopter mechanic in the army. if convicted the two men could face eight years in prison and a
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$15,000 fine. okay, so do you remember this video from a couple of months ago? people came to the aid of a family trapped inside of a burning suv? well, now a 5-year-old who was badly burned in the accident is out of the hospital. find out how he's doing coming up in about 20 minutes. well, you might not be feeling it yet but the recession, it's probably over. that's according to the man in charge of the nation's economic health. our money expert jennifer westhoven is here with more on what fed chairman ben bernanke had to say. jen? he said it's over but it's not going to feel like sunshine. the worst recession since the great depression very likely over is the word from the fed chief. >> from a technical perspective, the recession is very likely over at this point. it's still going to feel like a very weak economy for some time. >> you notice he said from a technical perspective, right? he's trying to acknowledge the fact that, look, the indicators
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are turning around and things are going to get better, but he's acknowledging in his speech yesterday that it's going to take a long time for the job market to feel better. you may not suddenly find the job you want quickly or feel very secure at work, so he's not trying to say, ooh, everything is daisies. the idea the worst is over rallied stocks to new highs for this year so far. there's the dow not up by much but taking it to 9683. nasdaq and s&p 500 up, too. maybe you can afford a little getaway. hotel prices are plunging and could stay low through the year. that's bad for consumers. the travel website xpedia says prices fell 17% in the first six months of the year because they built so many rooms back in the boom, nobody is in them. the four and five-star rooms, if you can afford them in new york and las vegas. natasha, back to you. >> all right, jen. thanks so much. so we have new video this morning of a really disturbing fight on the school bus.
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california authorities have been searching the home of phillip garrido, the disappearance of two young girls went missing in the late '80s. they are expect iing to search r
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several days long here. garrido and his wife are chargeded with kidnapping jaycee duggard and keeping her captive for 18 years. both have pleaded not guilty in the case. two illinois high school students may be expelled after a brutal fight on a school bus captured on video. check it out here for yourself. students just stood by, watched this as a 17-year-old boy is punched repeatedly and choked. finally one student steps in and stops the attack. >> i was like, oh, my god. why did they do that little boy like that? and i told my friend, why are you laughing? >> i wanted to help but i didn't help because i knew if i got in it i would have been in trouble and i didn't want to get in trouble. >> now the student who finally got involved said that his principal shook his hand afterwards. the school board will decide whether any of the students are kicked out of school. a 353-pound alligator proved to be no match for a high school cheerleader.
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the 16-year-old took down this ten-foot gator with a croc bow sunday night in a south carolina sw swamp. that thing is huge. she has been hunting with her dad since she was 2 years old but this was her first time alligator hunting. >> i thought it was way smaller. i was shocked when he got to the boat and he was that size. it was very exciting. >> she's a cheerleader. she's not wimpy. she duck hunts with me, she fishes, and to me the alligator is just the ultimate. she deer hunts. she does it all. she plays softball. >> with a crossbow. that's good aim there. colin says she wasn't scared and says the experience was exciting. she hoped to land an even bigger catch on her next trip. i used to live in south carolina. i've seen be how big those gators can get. that girl has some guts to take on that gator, bob. >> with a crossbow.
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i thought she went there and strangled it, wrestled it. >> that's what you would have done. >> fair enough, i guess. let's show you what's happening, the deep southeast, heavy downpours around atlanta. low clouds here, too. here is the way flight explorer looks. tennessee and atlanta, look at the rain showers coming in. also around through memphis, those are the areas that get hit the hardest with delays. here is what we have today. one hour or more of showers and storms. boston, san francisco, some wind. 30 minutes to an hour and then more showers, more thunderstorms near memphis back in to charlotte and dallas. a little bit of light rain. more on that in a bit. well, a huge brawl broke out in the middle of a baseball game. what's up with these brawls? here's rafer weigel with the latest on this one. this was a rumble in the bronx. the yankees hosting the blue jays. bob, you don't want to go away. check this out. tensions were building the entire game. jesse carlson retaliating because two players were hit,
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throws behind posada. he doesn't like that. as posada crosses home plate, a little elbow to carlson. the two exchange words and they're ejected but not before it is on. both benches clear. carlson at the bottom of the pile gets the brunt of it and this thing just got pretty ugly pretty fast. there's carlson, a big old welt on his head. toronto won the game, 10-4. miami heat's front office employees will take a 20% pay cut so they can keep their jobs. that includes top executives like team president pat riley and their head coach. the team laid off about 20 workers in may because of the economy. the players will not be affected but they do have contracts. you like yoga? ethier says it has helped make him healthier. he leads the majors in walk-off shots. and he says yoga has been the difference, it helps him stay
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relaxed in tense moments. in july he led a yoga session with 100 fans at dodger stadium. jennifer westhoven just gave a what-what. and a little bit of video here for you. foul ball goes into the stands. that guy catches it. gives it to a little girl. we'll say it's her dad. she throws it back. oh, no. oh, bestill my heart. that's so cute. phillies shut out the nationals. that's a look at sports. >> that's cute, rafer. so get this, a 12-year-old could hold a new world record for guitar hero. he racked up 18 l l 1 million points. >> i never expected to break the
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world record for something important, maybe something really small but not this big. >> he says he tried to pick up a real guitar but he couldn't quite figure it out. you know the expression don't pee on my leg and tell me it's raining? that's what one guy said to a lawmaker. ♪
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police have taken a yale university employee into custody in their investigation of the grisly killing of grad student annie le. they're taking dna samples from raymond clark. clark is only being called a person of interest. a new health care reform bill is introduced today. max butaucus has been working oa plan that's not getting much support. no republicans are onboard with it. baucus says he hopes that will change by the time the bill goes up for a vote. drug violence is getting worse. the number of drug-related
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killings has already passed. mexico's president has dispatched thousands of soldiers to patrol the area. the house is considering putting $550 million a year towards developing green technology cars. the white house wants to raise the fuel efficiency standards to 35 1/2 miles per gallon by the year 2016. that's much tougher than today's average which is about 27 miles per gallon. and those are some of the headlines that we're following this morning. 31 minutes past the hour. welcome back. i'm natasha curry in for robin meade today. it's wednesday. the house of representatives formally admonished joe wilson for shouting "you lie" during the president's speech on health care last week. the resolution passed, mostly along party lines yesterday. the outburst came during a line in the president's speech about health coverage for illegal
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immigrants. democrats were demanding an apology on the house floor but south carolina republican refused. >> to me it's game playing and -- political game playing. it's exactly what the president says shouldn't occur, but they proceed to continue game playing. i believe, as i sincerely stated, that i apologized immediately to the president. he's been very gracious to accept the apology. the vice president accepted the apology. the president on sunday night during "60 minutes" again accepted the apology. but now it truly is time to work on health insurance reform. >> now former president jimmy carter says that racism motivated wilson's outburst and that it's part of a broader backlash against the nation's first african-american president. here's more of what he told cnbc last night. >> an overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated
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animosity toward president barack obama is based on the fact that he is a black man. that he's african-american. >> joe wilson's oldest son said there is not a racist bone in my dad's body. his spokesman hasn't been able to comment on former president carter's claims. the fda has approved a swine flu vaccine which means you can get the shots next month. limited supplies should be available at the beginning of the month. 45 million doses will be shipped out by october 15th. they want groups like pregnant women, young kids and health care workers vaccinated first. a young boy who was badly burned in an suv accident two months ago is finally out of the hospital. just horrific video to watch, though, when it all happened. here he is, the 5-year-old d.j. harper. he went home with his family after eight weeks of painful recovery. look at him there. d.j. is doing much better
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despite losing his ears in the fire. his father says he is grateful to the people who helped pull his son out of the car. >> as it gratifying. i realized how many people were running towards a burning vehicle and that just shows the courage of the people here in wisconsin and the type of community i want to live in. >> now here it is. you may remember this horrifying home video of the suv burning in july. several people including two off-duty firefighters pulled the young boy right out of the fire. little d.j. was in that. they plan to take him to disneyworld very soon. i am just so glad he survived. when i saw that fire, my heart just sunk, bob. >> a great story. he's out already. >> and gets to go to disneyworld. how fun. >> good stuff. let me show you what's happening now, natasha. you talk about heavier rain, some of the doppler radar around western parts of arkansas, over 12 inches of rain since last wednesday. the rain continues this morning.
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it's basically an upper level low-pressure region not going anywhere and it's just raining over the same spots for a long period of time. flash flood watches, the areas shaded in dark green. two to three inches of rain extra on top of what you've already seen. the last couple of days that's what you'll find around little rock today. you can see little rock is covered up with heavy rain that stretches all the way back and forth to northern parts of arkansas. gets into western parts of tennessee, too. memphis, the heaviest rain is shifting over to your west and that's the direction it's going to go. it's on the top end of the circulation. it's going to go from east to west and dry up. you look at the rain out of atlanta stretching all the way to the north carolina mountains. that rain will be there for the better part of the day. let me show you some video from yesterday's storms in northern georgia. 20 homes had to be evacuated to higher ground. the folks there, also the primary school had to go to the middle school to get above the rising waters. unbelievable stuff. i want to show you the rain now
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as it stretches into north carolina. more stuff in virginia, too. basically what's going on here, there's a cold front that dropped down out of philadelphia overnight last night. the rain is being channelled around that front so you're going to get some more showers today, d.c., philadelphia, new york as well. take you live to washington. here's the way it looks. not entirely cold for you. 78 degrees but scattered showers will be out for most of the morning into the early afternoon. you ste the winds are gusty. you see delays at the airport. more on that in a bit. >> oh, yes, the delays. i saw those yesterday and you said more coming today. >> the same spot, too. >> thanks, bob. well, it is possible that the worst terrorist attack in u.s. history could have been prevented if intelligence agencies were doing what they do today. and what is being done now to help keep you safe. we're going to tell you about that. also, it was a fight night in the bronx last night. what started a brawlod between yankees and the blue jays? we can do the small things, the big things, just about everything... right inside your gm dealership.
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39 minutes past the hour. the 9/11 attacks would not have happened if u.s. intelligence agencies were doing then what they're doing now. that's from the national intelligence director kenneth blair. he says intelligence agencies are now sharing information and learning much more about the way the terrorist groups operate. as a result blair believes attacks are being stopped today using less information than was available before the 2001 attacks. okay. so check out this video here of the coast guard rescuing five people whose boat got in trouble in florida. the guard received a may day call yesterday saying that the boat was taking water in.
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a coast guard chopper rushed there and pulled everybody out. you can see somebody being rescued there. no injuries reporteded. this happened about 30 miles off florida's west coast. your health care is costing more this year, meaning you're probably going to have to pay more and your company is paying more as well. our money expert jennifer westhoven is looking out for you. so, jen, how much more are we going to have to cough up now? hey, thanks, natasha. for a family of four, about $600 more a year. the total bill more than $13,000. these are some of the latest numbers that come from the kaiser foundation, very influential when it comes to some of these health care numbers. look, here's the good news. at a $13,000-plus bill, you don't have to pay for all of it. your share would be about $3,500 a year because your company, if you're employed, shoulders most of that. a lot of people don't realize quite how much your company pays
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for, nearly $10,000 worth of that bill for a family of four but with costs rising both your boss and you are probably going to end up paying more. and more of us as we pay more for things like health care are seeing our bank balances shrink close to zero as we head into those paydays. 61% of people, that's a lot more than we've seen in the past two years. 61% in a new career builder survey said they are living paycheck to paycheck and career builder said one of the big surprises was how many people in the survey made six-figure salaries and were still living paycheck to paycheck. natasha. >> makes you wonder how many people are helping family members and friends out because, you know, it's a tough time right now. jen, thanks. well, one small business is putting a new spin on the classic classroom game of paper football. stephanie elam has details in this week's "small business success." >> reporter: inspired by a
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childhood game to start a grown-up business. >> i was watching tv one night, i saw some kids playing the age-old paper football that most americans have either seen played or played at sol point in their life. >> reporter: that kicked off a whole sports board company. spud went to the nfl for licensing rights to feature team logos on the games. >> well, it's doubtful but send it up to us. i'm in manhattan signing a deal. >> reporter: it's key to his sport's success. a lack of manufacturing knowledge nearly sidelined the company. >> i wasn't inclined to the toy industry, looking for those people that could do the best job for us. >> reporter: they stayed in the game thanks to expanding to other sports like golf and of course hard work. >> be prepared for the long haul. >> reporter: or the long ball.
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and if you're a small business owner, we'd like to see your success story g. to cnn.com/robin to upload a video i-report of your business and share your tips. a new invention could help save your cell phone or your mp3 player. >> turn it off. drop it in. leave it in 24 hours. >> how two sisters came up with an idea to fix your water soak electronics. úapapa we want to make sure that when you go
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to reach in your wallet you have the card that's going to be best for you. and our collective responsibility, is to make sure customers understand the value, that they're getting from our products. you know, really get them the right credit card for them. we want people to be in a better place financially, tomorrow than they are today. i think it's just really paying attention
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and listening to the customer more than we ever have done before. so, we really what we are doing now is making more of a welcome call to say,, "here's your new credit card account, here are some things you want to know about it, and welcome to the bank.", racism still exists, and i think it's bubbled up to the surface because of a belief among many white people, not just in the south but around the country, that african-americans
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are not qualified to lead this great country. >> that was former president jimmy carter last night responding to congressman joe wilson's "you lie" outburst during president obama's health care speech last week. we want to know what do you think of president jimmy carter's statement? no u.s. president has ever been disrespected in this manner publicly by a congressman. either joe wilson does not understand respect or he does not care because obama is indeed black. i believe a white president would not have received the same disrespect. and another viewer texted jimmy carter is talking out of his butt on this one. this was not based on race. he, meaning joe wilson, was fed up like most of us are. he wants truth and we are tired of lies. text your comments to hlntv. start your message with robin or leave the comment on our facebook page. forget the headaches. a lot of people are having their sex lives disrupted by
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allergies. in fact a new study finds 83% of people with allergies say that their sex lives have been affected and 17% say their allergies always or almost always affect their sexual activity. this is interesting stuff. researchers say they wanted to see how allergies can affect people's quality of life. how do we get all these studies? that's what i want to know, bob. >> we need information. now we have another excuse. >> you have to get the stuff out of your nose. that's the problem. >> can't do it. hey, what's up, natasha? we're going to see delays out of new york city first. the reason for that is heavy downpours coming in south of you and low clouds as well. watch for an hour or more delay. atlanta, it's going to be rain and thunderstorms. we had some of that out there right now and then about a half hour to hour long delay around memphis because of the rain and the storms. dallas, rain and storms again. about a 50/50 shot right over the city there. watch for a half hour delay.
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more details coming up in a bit. natasha. >> thank you, bob. so hundreds of people in north carolina got together to help get a group of endangered baby turtles into the ocean. volunteers used infrared to help guide the turtles into the water. aren't they cute? the babies follow whatever light they see. this is the first time that a group were hatched in the area. hey, eagles quarterback donovan mcnabb got hurt during the first game of the season and may be out for quite a while. jay leno says one of his teammates is there to help him. >> as you know donovan mcnabb had to leave the game sunday, maybe a cracked rib. i thought this was nice. michael vick offered to put down mcnabb for free. i thought that was nice. wonderful. >> last night leno also interviewed tom cruise and filmmaker michael moore. that was rough.
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okay. so the story surrounding a south african sprinter at the center of a gender controversy has taken yet another turn. i want to hear this. here is rafer weigel. now south africa's minister has filed a complaint with the united nations over how caster semenya's case has been handled, the way the athletics community has gone about this has been a, quote, blatant disregard for her dignity, with all due respect, there is no dignified way to do a gender test. now the complaint asks the division for the advancement of women to investigate. as you know, she's been going through extensive gender testing. now track officials have refused to confirm or deny reports that semenya has both male and female organs. and some wild video to 0 show you. a rumble in the bronx. yankees hosting toronto. jays' jesse karl sob throws behind jorge posada. he does not like that. that was in retaliation for a couple of his players being hit. and as posada's coming home on a
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hit he gives a little elbow to carlson. they exchange some words. both are ejected and it is on. both benches clear and this thing would get out of hand. carlson would get the worst of it. 10-4 to toronto. there it is. >> it's the world black pudding throwing championships from where else? england. the rules are you throw the black pudding trying to dislodge or knock down the yorkshire pudding. the proof is in the pudding. that's a look at sports. you know what black pudding is? >> i never had it. >> that's disgusting. it's awful. let's just go. we have to go away now. >> okay. i get it now. >> are you shopping around for a lower interest rate on your mortgage. hln money expert clark howard tells you how to qualify for the best deals. >> the topsy-turvy world of what you can pay on a mortgage, the
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rates that were really low earlier this year went away for much of the summer and now have started coming back down. you're not going to get the rates as low as they were this past spring but the opportunities available if your credit standing is good and especially for people with equity in their home, for you to refinances really, really solid opportunities again. it's the best opportunity in the market right now is on 15-year fixed rate loans. normally there's a spread between 30-year and 15-year loans. it's about a little less than half a percent. but right now with a lot of lenders that spread is just about three-quarters of a point lower. again, for people with good credit, you should be able to get a 15-year fixed rate loan right now at 4.5% or below. one thing to watch though, the closing costs have gone up. i'm clark howard. for more ways to save dough, go to cnn.com/clarkhoward.
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it's the top of the morning. good morning to you. i'm natasha curry in for robin meade today. it's wednesday. investigators have a person of interest in the gruesome killing of yale student annie le. what evidence are they look at to see if he has something to do with the killing? the lawmaker who heckled president obama got chewed out twice. first by fellow lawmakers and a former president and this man is back with his family after being pulled from a fiery car. a yale university has been taken into custody in their
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investigation into the grizzly killing of annie le. which will take dna samples and search his home. after that happens, he'll be released. clark works in the building where le was killed. he's labor day as a person of interest. >> this is a typical process. we'll take samples of his hair. we'll take saliva sample for him. we have known where he was at all along. he was exactly where we expected him to be when we served the search warrant tonight. we always have known where he's a at. >> le's body was found on sunday stuffed in the wall of a medical research building. they found bloody clothing hidden in a ceiling in another part of the building. one analyst talked to our sister network cnn about how this case looked right now. >> it looked like a crime of passion that was committed in
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the heat of the moment. spontaneously, impulsively. at the same time, if this ever goes to court, the jury will see it as premeditated because the killer stayed around and planned concealing the body. when you see planning after the fact, then you also think of planning before the fact. i don't think it's clear at all that that was the case. >> now, we still don't know how le died. prosecutors have blocked the release of autopsy results saying the publication might interfere with their investigation. brand new details about a terrorism investigation in new york city. the targets of monday's raids were afghan nationals linked to a new york area mosque from a source with direct knowledge of the investigation. the source tells cnn the agents were searching for explosive devices or parts intended to be
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used on targets in the new york area. none were found. it's unclear whether anyone is still being detained. the fallout is growing over the congressman who shouted you lie during the president's speech on health care last week. yesterday the house passed a resolution mostly among party lines formally admonishing representative joe wilson. former president jimmy carter say it was part of a bigger backlash against the country's first african-american president. here's what he told nbc last night. >> that racism still exists and i think it's bubbled up to the surface because of a belief among many white people around the country that african-americans are not qualified to lead this great country. >> congressman wilson's son says "there is not a racist bone in my dad's body."
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house democrats wanted wilson to apologize to congress but the south carolina republican said his personal apology to president obama applies to everyone. it took police not one but four tries to stop this driver in this high-speed chase last night. watch it happen. they repeatedly used those p.i.t. maneuvers which they say was stolen but even with parts flying here the driver tried to keep going. finally here on the fourth try the car stops and driver gets out and surrenders. a drugstore bandit walking into walgreens in clearwater, florida yesterday. he jumped a pharmacy counter and pistol whipped a pregnant pharmacist. he stole pain medication before he ran out the door. other employees didn't know the rob yberies wity was going on.
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max baucus expected to introduce a bill today tauted as a bipartisan compromise. republicans are not on board. the bill has been in works for months. senator baucus admits it has a long way to go. >> there are a lot of steps and a lot of days between now and final passage in a committee. lots of ideas and lots of amendments and lots of ways for senators to try to work their way to support it. again, most members of the house and senate are optimists. they're trying to find solutions to help people with some of the problems they have. so clearly senators are going to offer amendments to try to improve on the bill so they can support it. i'm quite confident there will be majority support. >> baucus' plans would require people to buy insurance with
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financial penalties for those who don't but it lacks the public option which many liberals support. one guy got himself arrested after he rode his motorcycle naked. a police officer pulled him over in florida yesterday. is that the blurred video of him on the left. i would assume so. is he covering up. it looks like the officer is smiling. according to the officer the guy said last thing he remembered was being at hooters. he failed a sobriety test and police say it's his fifth dui. >> i asked what happened to his clothing and he said he lost it. you could see from his feet which were bare up to his shoulders that he didn't have any clothing on. >> the suspect later told local tv reporters, that wasn't me. his face wasn't blurred. >> you can't prove anything. my gosh. >> he got naked after going to hooters?
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>> i guess so. it makes me curious. too many questions. >> he doesn't understand the concept of a hooters. it's not you, buddy. here's the way it looks if you're doing travel, tons of rain. lower part of the mississippi valley. plenty of rain out there from yesterday. it's gone now. texarkana a 24-hour period with almost 5 inches of rain. that's why you have a flood flash warning out there. greenwood, about 2 1/3 inches of rain. the reason why? slow pressure center around memphis. it's a slow mover. jet stream to the south. one way to the north. two branches now and in between nothing moves very fast at all. this is just barely drifting over toward the east. look at the rain under the clouds. most of it around the memphis area. 2 to 3 inches of rain today from little rock and memphis all of the way down toward texarkana. flash flood warnings and areas shaded in light green including dallas. same stuff from just a couple days ago. rain out there again this afternoon. little rock, you can see most of the action toward conway. more rain stretching all of the
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way back memphis. this rain is heavy at times for the next couple of hours as it cycles out of memphis in toward central arkansas. that's what you're looking at there. another spiraling rain band. that's what we call these things right now moving through atlanta in toward athens stretching in toward north georgia. more showers will be evolving toward south carolina and north carolina. moisture falling apart now but it will be back later this afternoon. showers and thunderstorms you can see them racing through raleigh area. they're on the light side. they'll pick up later today and rain also possible around a frontal boundary. d.c., philadelphia, new york as well. a better look at that coming up in just a bit. >> all right. thank you. appreciate it. are you looking to get away? hotel prices are dropping across the board and that's good news in a bad economy.
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or do an i-report. i would love to see you. every day we'll choose someone who is a winter and you'll get a free autograph copy in my book out in bookstores now. there's a grand prize to be won and that's a trip to atlanta so we can meet you right there in the studio. >> we'll announce today's winner in our 9:00 a.m. eastern hour. california authorities will search the home of kidnapping suspect phillip garrido this morning. police are searching for clues in the disappearance of two young girls that went missing in the late '80s. investigators expect the search to take several days. garrido and his wife are already charged with kidnapping jaycee dugard and keeping her captive for 18 years. both have pleaded not guilty in the case. astronomers say they have found the first rocky planet outside our solar system. it's the closest thing to earth they found so far but it's too hot to sustain life. circling the sun in just 20
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hours. the surface temperature, a whopping 3,600 degrees. experts say it's a big discovery for trying to find life elsewhere in the universe. former president jimmy carter believes that south carolina congressman joe wilson's "you lie" heckle is rooted in racism. we want to know what you think about the statement. aaron wrote this on our facebook page -- another viewer texted -- text your comments to hlntv. start your message with robin or e-mail us by going to contact us box at cnn.com/robin. or you can leave a comment on our facebook page.
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so many options for you. you might not be feeling it yet but the recession is probably over. that's according to the man in charge of the nation's economic health. our money expert jennifer westhoven is here with more on what fed chairman ben bernanke is saying about this. >> he's writing the eulogy. stick a fork in it. he says the worst economic dip since the great depression is "very likely over." >> from a technical perspective the recession is very likely over at this point. it's still going to feel like a very weak economy for some time. >> he says from a technical perspective. he's not saying everything is coming up roses but he's acknowledging job growth will take a long time and that's generally how it is the job market can take much longer to heal than other economic indicators but what he's looking at with signs of growth in
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manufacturing and signs of stability in housing. he says plus news that warren buffett is buying stocks again is taking the dow to new highs for the year. close to 9,700. you can see it clocking in at 9683. hotel prices are plunging and they may stay low through next year. that's good news in a bad economy. the travel website expedia says hotel prices are down 17% in the first half of the year because they built so many rooms back in the boom. some of the best deals, four and five-star rooms especially in new york and las vegas. >> okay. that's the secret. thanks so much. we have video of a disturbing fight on a school bus. that boy getting punched and choked right here isn't the only problem you're seeing here.
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good morning. let's salute our troops together. today's salute is from allison hernandez to her army sergeant luis hernandez. allison says he's extremely missed. >> this is allison hernandez sending a salute to my husband in afghanistan. sergeant luis hernandez. he's serving with the 10th mountain division. i'm so proud of you, babe. you're extremely missed. i love you. i'm so excited to see you on r&r. you are my soulmate, my love and my best friend. i can't wait to be with you again. me and the kids love you and miss you so much. >> if you have someone in the service and you want to salute them, we would like to help you. go to cnn.com/robin. you've worked all your life.
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two illinois high school students may be expelled after a brutal fight on a school bus captured on video. check it out here for yourself. students just stood by and watched this as a 17-year-old boy gets punched and choked. finally one student steps in and stops this attack. >> i was, like, oh, my god, why did they do the little boy like that. i told my son, i said, why are you laughing?
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>> i wanted to help but i didn't help because i know if i would have got in it i would have been in trouble and i didn't want to get in trouble. >> the school involved said the school principal shook his hand afterward. the school board will decide whether any of the students are kicked out of the school. a texas school district has canceled a field trip to see former president george w. bush. it did not show president obama's speech to school kids last week. later the superintendent apologized saying teachers could play the recorded speech. hundreds of fifth graders from arlington, texas, school district were going to hear president bush speak next week but said the media attention was a distraction. a 353-pound alligator was no match for a high school cheerleader. she took down this ten-foot gator with a cross bow sunday night in a south carolina swamp. she's been hunting with her dad since she was 2 years old but the first time she's gone
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alligator hunting. >> i thought it would be way smaller. i was very shocked when it got to the boat and it was that size. it was huge adrenaline rush and it's exciting. >> cheer leaders are wimpy. she's not. she duck hunts with me. she fishes. and to me the alligator is just the ultimate. she deer hunt. she does it all. she plays softball. >> collin says she wasn't scared and says the experience was exciting. she hopes to land a bigger catch on her next trip. >> that's a big piece of reptile. a huge brawl broke out right in the middle of a baseball game. here's rafer weigel with video. >> good morning. a little rumble in the bronx. and up there at yankee stadium. yankees hosting toronto. you got to see this video. tensions were building the entire game. carlson retaliating because two players were hit throws behind.
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he's not happy. he gives elbow to carlson and carlson won't let that go the two start jawing. they're both ejected. karl penha carlson gets the brunt of it. front office employees will take a pay cut up to 20% so they can keep their jobs and that includes even top executives like team president pat riley and their head coach. now, the team laid off 20 workers in may because of the economy. players will not be affected. do you like yoga? a and andre eithier does. he says yoga helps him stay relaxed and in july he led a yoga session at dodger stadium.
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phillies/nationals game. he'll give it to a little girl.t what are you doing? you're so cute. fillies shocked the nationals. if that was sidney that threw the foul ball back, what would you do? >> i would do the same. i have enough. i have them from back in the day. finger still hurts from catching it. if you're doing traveling, flight explorer, lots of rain deep south to mid south so mississippi valley. look at the rain around arkansas. that's the left part of your screen. showers around atlanta. watch for delays popping up here momentarily. most likely a ground stop delay will pick up. rain and storms. boston, san francisco, gusty winds today. 30 minutes to one-hour delays.
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police have taken a yale university employee into custody in their investigation of a grizzly killing of grad student annie le. they're taking dna samples from raymond clark who worked in the same building. drug violence is getting worse across the border from texas. it's only september and the number of drug related killings has already passed last year's total. so far this year, 1,647 people have been killed there. mexico's president has dispatched thousands of soldiers to patrol the area. a new health care reform bill is expected to be introduced today. democratic senator max baucus working on plan seen as a
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bipartisan compromise not getting much support. no republicans are on board. baucus hopes that will change before the bill goes up to for a vote. welcome in. i'm natasha curry in for robin meade. the fda approved a swine flu vaccine. the government says about 45 million doses will be shipped out by october 15th. health officials want high risk groups like pregnant women, young kids and health care workers vaccinated first. the house of representatives formally admonished congressman joe wilson for shouting "you lie" during the president's speech on health care last week. the resolution passed mostly along party lines yesterday. the outburst came during the part of the speech on health
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care for illegal immigrants. democrats demanded an apology on the house floor but the south carolina governor refused. it's game playing. that's what the president said shouldn't occur. they proceeded with the game playing. i believe as i sincerely stated that i apologized immediately to the president. he's been very gracious to accept the apology. the vice president accepted the apology. the president on sunday night during "60 minutes" again accepted the apology. now it truly is time to work on health insurance reform. >> former president jimmy carter says racism motivated wilson's outburst and it's part of a broader backlash against the country's first african-american president. here's more of what he told nbc last night. >> an overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated animosity toward president barack obama is based on the
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fact that he is a black man. that he's african-american. >> congressman wilson's oldest son said "there's not a racist bone in my dad's body." so far wilson spokesman hasn't been available to comment on former president carter's claims. we want to know what you think of president carter's statement. elliott wrote this on our facebook page -- another viewer texted -- text your comments to hlntv and
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start your message with robin or leave a comment on our facebook page. police in shreveport, louisiana, say a man pretending to be an officer pulled over the mayor. he was allegedly using a flashing red light on his car to maneuver through traffic but when he sped away, the mayor followed him and called the real police. the suspect has been charged with impersonating a police officer. a cat is back home after more than three years and 2,000 miles. clyde was found thanks to a m e mic microchip under his skin but the message of what happened and how he got so far away may never be %olved. >> he's very well. he's been purring. >> he's a very, very lucky cat. very lucky. we're very lucky. if only he could talk.
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>> even though he sant say it clyde's owners still think that he remembers them. forget the headaches. many people are having their sex lives disrupted by allergies. 83% of people with allergies says their sex lives have been affected and 17% say allergies always or almost always affect their sexual activity. researchers wanted to see how allergies affect people's quality of life. >> which leads perfectly to my sponsor. just another reason why you should get zirtec. we're looking at flash flood warnings. here's arkansas, little rock, 2 to 3 inches today.
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late green areas flash flood warnings. memphis, lots of rain over the last 24 hours. it continues today. upper level low pressure region. doppler estimates over the last seven days have been as much as a foot of rain west of little rock, arkansas. that's a ton of rain. the ground is saturated. we had flash flood watches posted. more rain toward memphis. breaking up a bit in toward northern mississippi and alabama. but then picking up once again. you get toward north georgia and in toward south carolina and that's rotating to the north. scattered showers around north carolina mountains now will turn into heavier downpours starting later this afternoon as it rides up the mountains and squeezes out a little extra juice. more showers toward raleigh area. the back door cold front that basically sank down through philadelphia overnight last night set up shop around the delmarva peninsula. look at the rain traveling around that. the winds today out of the east. much cooler day for you. new york city, boston, you see lots of clouds in and out. possibility of a shower, too. most of it should be on the
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light side. out west traveling out here, high pressure dominating most of the region. rain picked up off the pacific northwest coast moves in overnight tonight. more details on that in a bit. >> all right. thank you. a new invention could help save your cell phone or mp3 player. >> dry it off, turn it off, drop it in. leave it in 24 hours. >> how two sisters came up with an idea to fix your water soaked electronics. [ woman ] dear cat. gentle cat. your hair mixes with pollen and dust in the air. i get congested. my eyes itch. i have to banish you to the garden. but now with zyrtec-d®, i have the proven allergy relief of zyrtec®, plus a powerful decongestant. i can breathe freer with zyrtec-d®. so, i'll race you to our favorite chair. i might even let you win. zyrtec-d® lets me breathe easier, so i can love the air™.
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39 minutes past the hour. the 9/11 attacks would not have happened if u.s. intelligence agencies were doing then what they're doing now. that's from the national intelligence director dennis blare. he says intelligence agencies are now sharing information and learning much more about the way terrorist groups operate. as a result, blare beliefs the attacks are being stopped today using less information than was available before the 2001 attacks. two men in ohio are charged with pointing a laser at an airplane. they were arrested at this gas station we're about to show you on monday after the pilot of an american eagle jet reported a red light in his cockpit as he landed at the columbus airport. police helicopter was searching for the source of that laser when it, too, was targeted. >> you're horsing around trying to do these things as a joke or for fun and the consequences can
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be -- there could be a tragedy involved if an airliner went down because of this type of activity and secondly, you're going to go to jail. >> one of the suspects is a helicopter mechanic in the army. if convicted, the two men could face eight years in prison and a $15,000 fine. guess what? your health care is costing more this year. you're probably going to have to pay more and your company is going to pay more, too. jennifer westhoven is looking out for you. how much will we have to cough up here? >> the total about $600 more for the year is the average price. taking the total bill more than $13,000. this is from the kaiser foundation. especially with debate about health care going on, we wanted to give you straight dope we have. the good news is out of that more than $13,000, you don't have to pay for all of that.
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your employer clearly taking most of the bill almost $10,000 worthwhile you're shouldering about $3,500 worth. a lot of people don't necessarily realize how much your company picks up of the bill. still, what we're paying individually is going up. it also means that a lot of people are struggling living paycheck to paycheck. more of us watching that bank balance shrink close to zero. in a new survey, 61%, a lot more than the last time they took this survey said they were living paycheck to paycheck including people with six-figure salaries. back to you. >> interesting numbers there. former house majority leader tom delay is tweeting about his injury and his future on nbc's "dancing with the stars." he wrote on a twitter that it will take more than a foot injury to keep him off the dance floor. he says he has a prestress
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fracture. doctors will determine whether he can keep dancing on the show. a new invention could save your water-logged cell phone or mp3 player. i just dumped water on my cell phone yesterday. a porthaland woman having troub keeping her hearing aid dry so she and her sister started experimenting with ways to dry things out. >> we would dunk calculateors in and see how much corrosion build up. >> they came up with the beasty bag. you drop your wet ipod in the bag and draws the moisture out in about 24 hours. the state of ohio spent hours trying to execute a convicted rapist and murderer but nothing worked. now what? ♪ well i was shopping for a new car, ♪
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>> that's the title track from whitney houston's new album "i look to you." it's number one and the song is just climbing the charts. quite the comeback for whitney for sure. the house is considering putting $550 million a year toward developing green technology cars. a vote is expected some time today. now, the white house wants to raise fuel efficiency standards to 35.5 miles per gallon by 2016. that's four years ahead of the current plan and for the first time there would be a limit on carbon dioxide emissions that contribute to global warming. the coast guard rescued five people whose boat got into trouble in florida. check it out here. the guard received a may day call yesterday saying the boat was taking on water. a coast guard chopper rushed there, pulled everyone out. no injuries reported. this happened about 30 miles off florida's west coast. we're learning more about
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the life of the grad student found dead at yale university. this is what a friend told nancy grace about le's relationship with her fiance. >> you could tell how much they were in love. they were a great couple. so much of her life was revolved around maintaining this relationship with her best friend. it was sweet to see that. >> you can get more details at 8:00 and 10:00 eastern. the struggling u.s. postal service may get a boost. the house voted yesterday to cover a budget shortfall by cutting $4 billion from a health care fund for retirees. the bill goes to the senate. the postal service is facing huge money problems. it may close more than 400 post offices to save money. a 12 year old could hold the new world record for guitar hero.
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dylan racked up over 1 million points at a game store in washington. now guinness world records is verifying that record. >> i never expected to ever break a world record for something that was kind of important. maybe something really small. but not this big. >> no. he says he tried to pick up a real guitar last year but he couldn't figure it out. >> just get a real guitar. kids today. >> maybe he'll win one after doing so well there. >> good for you. your parents must be proud. hi. >> hi, rafer. >> that story surrounding that south african sprinter at the center of whole gender controversy. there's something else going on. you have more on that. >> it's taken another term. south africa minister for women and children filed a complaint with the united nations over how
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the case has been handled saying the way the community has gone about it has been a disregard for her dignity. the complaint asks the u.n. division to investigate. she's undergone extensive gender testing since winning the 800 meters and track officials refusing to confirm reports she has both male and female organs. yankees hosting toronto. carlson throws behind who is ed a posada. it is on. you knew if i was coming from this very moment as they get into it both ejected. the benches clear. and this thing gets ugly. the loss was ugly for the a yankees losing 10-4. good news for michael vick. vick was added to the eagles roster. he can't play until the following sunday. he can practice.
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to make room they cut hank basset married to this girl. kendra wilkinson. you watch her reality show. and she's pregnant. her hubby and she's pregnant and her hubby is without a job. i'm sorry, my heart goes out to you, kendra. and lastly, eagles the world black pudding throwing championships from, where else? england. >> the rules are you throw the black pudding trying to dislodge or knock down the yorkshire puddings. do you know what black pudding is? it's disgusting. it's awful. let's just go away. okay a speechwriter for former president george w. bush is dropping some bombshelling about his former boss. wait until you hear what
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president bush apparently thought of sarah palin. that's new for you in less than 30 minutes. hundreds of people got together in north carolina got together to help a group of endangered baby turtles into the water. here's one of them. the babies follow whatever light they see. local reports say this is the first time that a group of leather backs were hatched in the area. aren't they cute? a bunch of people helping turtles. i love those kind of stories, bob. >> if you're traveling in or out of atlanta, let me show you the tower cam briefly. this is the ground stop at 8:15 this morning. low clouds, just shaving off the skyscrapers at midtown. we're looking an hour outside of new york city. looking at memphis a half-hour
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good morning to you. i'm natasha curry. i'm in for robin meade today. police may have a break in the brutal killing of yale student annie le. what we're learning about a person of interest in this case. former president jimmy carter is weighing in on the lawmaker who heckled president obama. what he has to say about the lawmaker who yelled "you lie." and -- it's not really scary, it's exciting. i it not really scary. police have a yale university employee in custody
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in their investigation into the grizzly killing of yale grad opportunity annie le. they're going to take dna samples from raymond clark and search his home. there he is. and after that, he is expected to be release. clark works in the building where le was killed. right now he's being labelled as a person of interest. but right now, an fbi agent said he doesn't expect it to stay that way. >> i would think that they're very close to putting handcuffs on him and calling him a suspect in this case. they have gone through a lot of information, i think they have done a terrific job in a very short period of time of really boiling this down. but with all the technology and everything, i think it's unlikely that we're going to see this person walk away. >> le's body was found sunday stuffed in a wall in a medical research building. the police have blocked autopsy
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results saying it might stand in the way of their investigation. democratic senator max baucus is expected to introduce a bill today touted as a bipartisan compromise. but republicans are not on board. this bill has been in the works for months. senator baucus says it still has a long way to go, but he says he thinks it will get the votes to get passed. >> the critical question is do we get bipartisan support at some time before we put it in the bill. and my guess is that we will. >> baucus's plan includes requires people to buy insurance. but it lacks a public option that most democrats support. limited supplies of swine flu shot should be available by the end of next month and about
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45 million doses will be shipped out by october 15. >> we will have enough vaccine available for everyone. there is enough on order, we're looking now at the reorders for the one-dose versus two. there will be enough vaccine. what we're concerned about is getting it to the priority populations as quickly as possible and that is what we have asked the states to focus on. >> health firm officials want kids and pregnant women and health care workers vaccinated first. congress formally admonished joe wilson for yelling snchtd you lie." joe wilson says that the president has already accepted his apology and that should be enough. >> we should be addressing health care reform, health insurance reform. people in south carolina are rightfully concerned about lack of jobs, loss of jobs, and so
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right in the middle as we should be working to create jobs, there is this political, as identified by the republican minority leader e a political stunt. >> former president jimmy carter dove into the debate about wilson's outburst. and in a few minutes you'll hear why the former president feels racism motivated the congressman's words. jennifer west hoven is here with more about what ben bernanke says about the economy. >> on the worst economic dip since the great depression, stick a fork in it, here's bernanke. >> from a technical perspective, the recession is very likely over at this point. it's still going to feel like a very weak economy for some time. >> now you heard him say from a technical perspective.
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so he's not saying everything's going to suddenly come up roses, but things are getting better. he says job growth is going to take some time, there's a long road ahead of us there, the job market often takes much longer to heal than the rest of the economy. but he's looking at signs of growth in spending and manufacturing, signs of stability in housing and says many forecasters say the recession is over. >> that's good news for a lot of people. just, you know, hoping right now. brand new detailses about a terrorism investigation new york city, the targets of monday's raids were afghan nationals linked to a new york area mosque. that's from a source with direct knowledge of the investigation. now the source tells cnn agents were searching for explosive devices or parts intended to be used on targets in the new york area. none were found, it's unclear whether anyone is still being detained. california authorities will be searching the home of kidnapping suspect phillip garrido this morning. police are searching for clues
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in the disappearance of two young girls who went missing in the late '80s. investigators expect the search to last several days. garrido is already accuse of kidnapping jaycee dugard and keeping her for 18 years. a lot of storms are causing travel delays across the country and bob dylan is here looking at the forecast. >> it's the same thing as yesterday, but today the rain is causing more delays and let me tell you why, the ground is just totally saturated from parts of texas to arkansas mississippi and tennessee. little rock arkansas, 3.84 inches of rain but rain continues this morning. let's show you the big picture first. satellite shows all the swirling clouds right around the lower mississippi valley. it's that stubborn area of low pressure that's not getting pushed around at all.
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the rain is heavy at times, specifically central arkansas now, but another two to three inches of rain in the next few hours. just about everybody in arkansas getting covered up with heavy rain, from little rock to the north. look at conway, just a big downpour over you right now. that stretches all the way back toward the mississippi river. here's memphis, you can see most of the flashing lightning all to your west. but it circles around this afternoon. so you're not out of it yet. look at the rain coming around atlanta, it's mostly on the east side. and then the rain stretches into the north carolina mountains. dropping down out of the north, we do have a weak cold front, it went through new york and philadelphia, it's pretty much set up around the chesapeake now. winds are out of the east and that's going to drop your temperatures down. the last couple of days you have been enjoying temperatures in the low to mid 80s. today? east winds, only dropping your temperatures to about 65, 68
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will be the high today. low 60s for you tomorrow, but back into the 70s by friday. but, wow, what a difference a couple of days make. only in the 60s for you tomorrow. east winds will show you down at the airport plus low clouds. okay, so you could save money on a romantic get away, or really any get away. hotel prices are falling and that's good news in a bad economy. and you're going to hear which cities may have the best deals. plus, disturbing video here shows a teen getting punched and choked on a school bus. another teen explains why he did not stop this attack. as washington continues the debate
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an amateur cameraman captured this. the driver evacuated passengers when a fire was found in the back of this bus. it's believed that the fire burned through the brakes, causing this. but look at those flames causing all that thick, black smoke. jimmy carter believes racism motivated the "you lie"out burst. here's what he said last night. >> that racism still exists and i think it's bubbled up to the surface because of a believe among people that african-americans are not qualified to lead this great country.
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>> now tell us what you think of the former president's statement there. someone is saying president carter was right on point. by why is it such a surprise? we all know there are people in country who hate because of race. and another, racism goes in both directions, let's move on and stop using it as an excuse. it's time for the race card to be thrown in the discard pile. . so if you're planning a vacation, now might be a good time. room prices are dropping, even at those little nice, fancy hot hotels. jennifer west hoven is here with more on that. >> you might be able to afford it, i think that's something that's good news about the economy. a lot of people are thinking, i'm saving every penny, i just can't afford something like a vacation, but it might be worth
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it to check. hotel prices have been plunging and could stay low through next year. the travel website expedia said that some of the best deals are four and five-star rooms and the best deals are on the two and three-star rooms and there's a lot of rooms sitting empty in new york city and las vegas. what do you think? should the government spend more to fix the housing market? they have already spent a lot. but there's a fight shaping up in congress over the future of that juicy tax credit for buying your first home. it's $8,000 right now. should it expire on schedule in late november? some say, yes, it's already cost $15 billion. some say, let's extend it, it's really helping. you know what realtors say, they don't want to extend it, they want it even bigger, they want a $15,000 credit for anybody who
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buys. that could cost something like $50 billion to $100 billion. so the big question is how far does the government want to go? some economists say they already helped a lot. former president george w. bush was not so high on senator mccain's pick on sarah palin as the running mail. and wait until you hear what one of bush's speechwriters told a reporter about his reaction. sfx: coin drop, can shaking
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it look california police not one but four tries to stop this driver in this high-speed chase last night. check it out. they repeatedly used those well known pittman noou maneuvers to car. but the driver trieded to keep going. finally on the fourth try, the police finally get the driver to stop. the driver gets out and surrenders. ex-president george w. bush didn't think much of sarah palin when she became the republican vp nominee. and according to his speechwriter's new memoir, busch couldn't remember if they have had met. he said that he didn't think sarah palin was prepared because she didn't spend a day on the national level. two illinois high school students may be expelled after a brutal fight on a school bus captured on video. students just stood by and
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watched and this 17-year-old boy gets punched and choked. look at that. finally one student steps in to stop this attack. >> i was like, oh, my god. why did they do that little boy like that? and i told my friend, why are you laughing? >> i wanted to help but i didn't help because i knew if i got in it i would have been in trouble and i didn't want to get in trouble. >> now the student who finally stepped in said that his school principal shook his hand afterwards. the school board will decide whether any of the students are kicked out of school. the obama administration is supportsing a u.n. plan to phase out the use of coolants in fridges and air conditioners. it's part of a plan to fix the ozone layer. even if the treaty is passed, it will take 40 to 50 years to undo the damage that's been done.
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and without the treaty there could be millions more cases of cancer and cataracts. a huge brawl broke out in the middle of a baseball game. another one. rafer, what's up with the fighting in label lately? >> this rumble in the bronx would have been good enough for jackie chan. the yankees were hosting the blue jays and tensions were building the entire game. watch here as jays jessie carlton throws behind jorge posada posada is not happy. he gives a little elbow to carlson and the two exchange words and it is on. both benches clear, both of those players were ejected. carlson was at the bottom of the pile, he got the brunt of it pretty badly. by the way, toronto won the game 10-4. that's going to leave a mark. miami's front office employees will take a pay cut of up to 20% so they can keep their
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jobs, that includes even top executives like pat riley, the team president and their coach. the team already did lay off about 20 workers in may because of the economy. the players, however, will not be affected by these cuts. and do you like yoga? andre ethier has said that yoga has made him a better player. he made another walk-off home run to lead the dodgers over the pirates. he leads the majors in walk-off home runs, and he says that yoga has helped him remain relaxed in tense moments. >> maybe more flexibility, greater range of motion. foul ball goes into the stands, phillies-nationals. look at that guy catch it. he gives to it a little girl, she gives him a high-five, and she throws it back. but had it been a home run from
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the other team, that would have been a good thing that she threw it back. but since we're in italy, you got to make my bunk bed. >> she'll learn in a couple of years hang on to that thing. let's check in with bob van dillan. >> let's take a look at little rock, arkansas. central arkansas covered up with heavy downpours and rain's going to be out there for most of the rain. almost four inches of rain reported yesterday, little rock, more today, watch for another two to three to pile up. that's what it looks like in arkansas. let me show you the flight explor explorers. notice rain gets back into nashville and stretching down into atlanta. low clouds in atlanta right now, 400-foot ceilings and visibility down to a quarter-mile. ground stop in atlanta until 8:45 this morning. most likely gets extended. that's going be the lengthiest one for you. new york city metro and atlanta,
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his rival. police investigating that grizzly killing of grad opportunity annie le have released a yale university employee after taking dna from him. police are also scorching his home. those are the headlines, welcome back. congressman joe wilson, he says that the issue that led to his "you lie" outburst isn't over. the house of representatives formally admonished wilson for his outburst last week. the resolution passed mostly during party lines yesterday. wilson's outburst came during a speech about health care for illegal immigrants. >> i brought up the issue wrong time, wrong place. but it has led to, i think it's extraordinary the change that the senate adopted the whole concept of citizenship
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ratification and the white house has indicated that it will too in its version have citizenship verification. >> former president jimmy carter says that racism motivated wilson's outburst and it's part of a broader backlash against the nation's first african-american president. here's more of what he told nbc last night. >> an overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated animosity toward president barack obama is based on the fact that he is a black man. that he's african-american. >> congressman wilson's oldest son allen said, quote, there is not a racist bone in my dad's body. so far wilson's spokesman hasn't been able to comment on former president carter's claims. so tell us what you think of president carter's statement. here's what karen wrote on our facebook page saying congressman wilson's outburst is a matter of disrespect, not racism. why does everything have to come
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down to racism? do we have to say that kanye west's outburst is about racism too? and form president carter is correct. you can see it in the incredible overreactions to what president obama tries to do after the mess he inherited. a young boy who was badly burned in an suv accident two months ago is finally out of the hospital. 5-year-old d.j. harper went home with his family after eight weeks of painful recovery. d.j. is doing much better despite losing his ears in the fire. his father says he's grateful to the people who helped pull his son out of the car. >> i realized how many people were running toward a burning vehicle and that just shows the courage of the people in wisconsin and the type of community i want to live in. >> you may remember the horrifying video of the burning suv in july.
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several people, including two offduty firefighters helped pull the young boy from the fire. they plan to take him to disney world very soon. >> there's a baby in there! hundreds of people got flu shots just while waiting for their flights. atlanta's hartsfield international airport gave flu shots yesterday. more than 400 people got the shots yesterday the clinic says it will offer swine flu shots by early october. one guy got himself arrested after riding his motorcycle naked. a police officer pulled him over in marion county, florida yesterday, check it out. you can't see him, it's blurred there on the left. you can see the officer walk by going i can't believe i'm seeing this. he said the last thing he remembers is being at hooters.
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he failed a sobriety test and police say this is his fifth dui. >> you can see from his feet which were bare all the way to his shoulders that he didn't have any clothing on. >> the suspect later told local tv reporters, that wasn't me. kind of hard to dispute when we have video, bob. i love the mindset, too, oh, yeah, sure, sure, i'll go on a motorcycle without any clothes on but i'm wearing a helmet. big upper level low along the gulf coast. same thing as the last four or five days, not getting pushed around at all. heavy downpours from basically arkansas in towards eastern oklahoma. strong showers coming out of the gulf into eastern alabama over to atlanta. we have a ground stoppage at the airport now because of the low clouds.
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you can see with our tower cam, 400-foot ceilings right now. visibility about a quarter of mile down at the airport. the rain is going to be off and on and steady for the next couple of days in atlanta and the rest of the southeast and the gulf coast. let me show you some flood watches and warnings we have to show you too. now we have a flood warning in through little rock. remember yesterday, little rock, just about four inches of rain. the ground is saturated. look at the heavy rain still piling it on. it's been raining tough for the last couple of days now, right about north of little rock, again, heavy downpours and it's going to be there for most of the morning as it rotates in towards oklahoma and down in towards northern texas tpgs. in memphis, the rain is on the west side of the mississippi now, but the rain showers are out there. that will pick up in intensity later this afternoon. and the whole rain should be moving into virginia, west
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virginia and parts of the ohio valley later today. but not that heavy, just kind of off and on. a cold front is in place. cooler temperature outs there. yesterday the mid 80s for new york. today 20 degrees cooler with an east wind that's going to feel a little bit raw compared to yesterday. more details coming up in just a little bit. well, a runner who was forced to get gender testing is now part of a u.n. investigation. we're going to tell you who's saying that there's been a blatant disregard for the runner's dignity. and police are searching for clues in the disappearance of two young girls who went missing in the late '80s. some of the new techniques crime scene units are using.
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we have been telling you this morning about a police search at the home of phillip and nancy garrido. they are charged with kidnapping jaycee dugard and keeping her captive for 18 years. and now police are looking for clues in the disappearance of two other girls. a law enforcement expert talked to mike galanos on hln's prime news about what the search might turn up. >> let's talk about that car, that could be a treasure trove, but as too much time passed? we're talking 18, 20 years? >> you know what? it's even better now, i was on the evidence response team, the same kind of folks that were looking on their hands and knees today out on the garrido property and the edadjacent property next door. there are special forensic
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vacuum cleaners, they can go through that car with a fine toothed comb looking for hairs and fibers, fingerprint evidence, possible dna, look at the technology now compared back in 1988 and '89. >> let the latest developments on prime news with mike galanos, that starts at 5:00 p.m. eastern, tonight right here on hln. the coast guard rescued five people whose boat got swamped with water in florida. check out the video here. the guard received a may day call yesterday saying that this boat was taking on water. and a coast guard chopper rushed there and pulled everyone out. no injuries reported. this happened about 30 miles off florida's west coast. former house majority leader tom delay is tweeting about his injuries and his appearance on "dancing with the stars." he session he as a prestress
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fracture. doctors will determined whether he can keep dancing on the show. your health care is costing more this year, it means that you're probably going to have to pay more. and your company's going to have to pay more too. money expert jennifer westhoven is looking out for you. how much money are you talking about coughing up? >> it's $600. the good news is you're not going to have to pay for all of that. right now we're going to give you the numbers for a family of four. a lot of you are single too, we'll try to have those later in the show. for a family of four, more than $13,000 a year. we wanted to get you a fact that a lot of you tend to agree that the kaiser gets a lot of these right. the good news is that the $13,000, you're not paying for all of it. you can see your share at the bottom, about $3,500. and your company shoulders a lot more. a lot of people don't quite
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venezuelan president hugo chavez is buying russian weapons, and that has the u.s. government worried. secretary of state hillary clinton says venezuelan's purchases could trigger an arms race in south america. the russian government gave more than $2 billion in credit yesterday to buy weapons such as tanks and short range weapons. chavez says his military buildup is in response to the growing u.s. presence in latin america. a well known anti-abortion group is broke. the president of operation rescue blames the recession for a 30% to 40% drop in donations, but critics point to other factors. the group's been heavily criticized since the murder of a wichita doctor who performed abortions. operation rescue condemned the killings, but many blame the group for creating an atmosphere that condones violence.
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a 353-pound alligator proved to be no match for a high school cheerleader. the 16-year-old took down this ten-foot gator with a croc bow sunday night in a south carolina swamp. that thing is huge. she has been hunting with her dad since she was 2 years old but this was her first time alligator hunting. >> i thought it was way smaller. i was very shocked whenever it got into the boat and it was that size. it was a huge adrenaline rush. >> she's a cheerleader. she's not wimpy. she duck hunts with me, she fishes, and to me the alligator is just the ultimate. she deer hunts. she does it all. she plays softball. >> oh, man, collins says that she wasn't scared. she says the experience of getting this gator was exciting and she hopes to land an even bigger catch on her next trip. i guess a bigger gator? >> just don't mess with her, that's all i know. >> maybe she should take up wrestling, i don't know. so the story surrounding a south african sprinter at the center of a gender controversy takes yet another turn.
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>> the united nations could now be getting involved after south africa's minister for women and children filed a complaint with that agency over how caster semenya's case is being handsal. they said it showed blatant disregard for her dignity. semenya has undergone gender testing since he won the 800 meters at the world championships. meanwhile track officials have refused to confirm or deny reports that semenya has both male and female organs. and how about a billing apple beatdown as it were? jesse carlton throws behind jorge posado who does not like it. that was in retaliation for a couple of his players being hit. after he gets a hit. posada gives an elbow to arti e carlson, the bench clears and it is on. toronto wins it 10-4.
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good news for michael vick, bad news for a former girl next door. vick was added to the eagles roster. it means he can't play until the following sunday but he can practice. however to make room on the team, they cut hank basket who's married to kendra wilkinson. she's got her own reality show. they're married and she's pregnant and she's got a baby on the way and her hubby's got no job. it's the world black pudding throwing championships, that's p right, the world black pudding throwing championships. you throw the pudding trying to dislodge the new yorkshire pudding. and black pudding, with all due respect to my british brethren, it's just awful.
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if you're shopping around for a lower interest rate on your mortgage, hln money exparty clark howard >> and the topsy turvy world of paying on a mortgage, the lower rates went away for much of the summer now have started coming back down. you're not going to get a rate as low as they were this past spring, but the opportunities are available if your credit standing is good and people who have equity in their home, for you to refi, really solid opportunities. but the best opportunity in the market now is on 15-year, fixed rate loans. normally, there's a spread between 30-year and 15-year loans a little less than half a percent. but right now, that is just about three quarters of a point lower and again, for people with
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good credit, you should be able to get a 15-year, fixed rate loan right now at 4.5% or below. one thing to watch though, the closing costs have gone up. i'm clark howard. for more ways for you to save dough, go to cnn.com/clark howard. >> he'll teach you how to save more, spend less and avoid getting ripped off. the house has considered putting $550 million a year toward developing green technology cars. the white house wants to raise the fuel efficiency standards to 35.5 miles per gallon by 2016. that's four years ahead of the current plan and for the first time, there would be a limit on carbon dox side emissions. dry it off, turn it off.
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good wednesday morning. here are the stories making headlines right now. a possible break in the gruesome killing of yale student annie le. why police are investigating one of the school's employees. plus, former president jimmy carter says there's more to the infamous you lie outburst than meets the eye. and what a camera captured on a school bus went way beyond bullying. police investigating a grizzly death of a yale grad
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student have taken dna from a guy who works in the building where she was killed. raymond clark has since been released though. cops are searching his home. he's a university employee and is labeled as a person of interest. one expert says he doesn't expect it to say that way. >> i would think that they may be very close to being able to put the handcuffs on him and call him the suspect in this case. like you say, they've got through a lot of information. i think they've done a terrific job of boiling this down, but with all the technology and everything, i think it's going to be unlikely we're going to see this person walk away. >> le's body was found sunday stuffed in a wall of a medical research building. prosecutors have blocked the release of her autopsy results saying that publication might interfere with their investigation.
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get ready for another health care overhaul plan. max baucus is expected to introduce a bill today touted as a bipartisan. he admits it still has a long way to go. >> there are a lot of steps before final passage in the committee. a lot of ideas, lots of amendments. most -- okay, most members of the house and senate are optimistic. trying to find solutions to help people. with some problems they have. and so clearly, senators are going to offer amendments to try to improve on the bill so they can support it. i'm quite confident that the majority support it including some republicans. >> baucus's plan would require
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people to buy insurance with financial penalties. for those who don't, but elected public health insurance option that many liberals do support. you might not be feeling it quite yet, but the recession probably is over now. that's according to the nation's man in charge of economic health. what ben bernanke had to say about this whole thing. >> he's basically putting up a big, the end sign on the recession. he says -- stick a fork in it. >> from a technical perspective, the recession is very likely over at this point. it's still going to feel like a very weak economy for some time. >> he obviously didn't say quote, stick a fork in it, but you heard him say, technically speaking. he's looking at all the economic
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indicators. he also says, everything's not coming up roses. he's acknowledging that job growth will take some time. the job market often takes so much longer to heal than many of the other signs, but he and other economists see signs in a broken spending, signs of growth in manufacturing and sign that is the housing market is stabilizing. that's what's making him say it's over even if it doesn't feel like it yet. >> at least a lot of people hearing the words they want to hear. thanks, jen. the fallout is growing off the congressman that shouted, you lie, during the president's speech last week. the resolution was passed formerly admonishing wilson. jimmy carter says it was rooted in racism and part of a bigger backlash against the president. here's what he told nbc last
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night. >> that racism still exists and i think it's bubbled up to the surface because of a belief of many white people, not just in the south, but around the country, that african-americans are not qualified to lead this great country. >> congressman wilson's son, allen, said quote, there is not a racist bone in my dad's body. house democrats wanted him to apologize to congress, but the congressman has said the apology applies to everyone. and new -- linked to a new york area mosque. that's from a source with direct %nowledge of the investigation. they say the agents were searching for explosive parts intended to be used on targets in the new york area.
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none were found. it's unclear on whether anyone is being detained in this. california authorities are searching the home of phillip garrido this morning. they're searching for two young girls who went missing in the late '80s. garrido and his wife are already charged with kidnapping jaycee dugard. both have pleaded not guilty in the case. so, how's the forecast looking on this wednesday? bob van dillen has more. >> there's a couple of things we're watching on the west coast now, too. it's a cold front driving in across the pacific northwest. it's generating clouds right now inland. we'll see the rain follow later today. we'll see showers near the sound. an upper level low near
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colorado, we have a lot of upslow flow. we're watching showers and thunderstorms develop east. mainly on the east and north side of that state. then on the east coast, look at the big, upper level low still generating rain. flash flood warnings and two to three inches of rain on top of what you've already seen. the little rock radar, most of the rain is on the north side of town, showers for memphis as well. let me take you live to new york city, the last couple of days enjoying temperatures around 80 degrees. winds out of the east today, it's going to drop your temperatures into the 60s. high of about 66 to 68. showers also in that forecast. more in a bit.
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>> thank you. it took california police not one, but two, not two, but four tries, i meant to say, to stop the driver in this high-speed chase last night. they use this pit maneuvers to stop cars. even with the sparks flying, the driver tries to keep going. nice work. so george w. bush apparently wasn't very impressed with sarah palin. you've got to hear what the former president's speech writer said about the vp nomination. and i guess you could say he let it all hang out. a cop found a motorcycle rider buck nak ed. man: it seems, only a minute ago, we were kids
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with little responsibility, zero accountability. our parents telling us what to do... how to behave. now, all of a sudden, we're there, in that role, at that time in our lives where everyone and everything is depending on us. it's a scary feeling, but it's also a good one. especially when i'm confident someone's there for me.
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former president george w. bush didn't think much of sarah palin when she became the republican vp nominee. according to to his speech writer's new mem wor, he couldn't remember if they met and asked if she was the governor of guam. he said that she wasn't even remotely prepared. police in shreveport, louisiana says a man pretending to be an officer pulled over the mayor. he was speeding through traffic and when he sped away, the mayor followed him and called the real police. he's charged with impersonating a police officer. one guy got himself arrested after riding his motorcycle naked. he got naked on that motorcycle. a police officer pulled him over
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in florida yesterday and according to the officer, the guy said the last thing he remembered was being at hooters. he failed a sobreity test. >> i asked what happened to his clothes and he said he lost him. you could see from his feet to his shoulders that he didn't have any clothing on. >> the suspect later told local tv reporters, that wasn't me. yeah. the video goes on forever. if you are planning a vacation, let's switch topics. now might be the time to plan one. room prices are dropping even at the fancy hotels. jen westhoven has more. >> i think a lot of people have thought, we just can't afford to spend right now, can be the afford a vacation at all.
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maybe you can. check it out. i know it could be hard, but hotel prices have come down so much that a vacation may be cheaper than you think and those prices may stay low until next year. hotel prices fell 17% just in the latest six-month period because so many rooms were built during the boom and now, they are empty. some of the best deals are four and five-star rooms. there are also a lot of empty rooms in new york and las vegas. meanwhile, the cost of living, well, in august, it did pick up a bit, but still better than last year. the labor department says it's mostly gas prices. they were up in august over july. up about 9%. still though down 30% compared to last year. airline fares picked up a bit, too. prices for new cars were lower. you know why. cash for clunkers.
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over all, that helps the fed think maybe inflation isn't a big problem. and what kind of products or businesses are recession proof? apparently, hamburgers. we draw the line at ground beef. in a recent survey, americans were still gravitating towards paying more when at a restaurant for fancy burgers. what do you think, bob? >> yeah. can't beat that. you're right. that's recession-proof. >> no pinching pennies on the burger. >> or beer, some might say. if you're traveling, we have the clouds come ng in places like north georgia stretching into the carolinas and arkansas and texas, too. here's arkansas, little rock
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right about here. the heavy rain stretches through tennessee. here's what we have delay-wise. the only delay we have is a 30 minute one. that is for atlanta. same for new york city metro with an east wind and light showers. boston, san francisco, 30 minutes to an hour and more storms developing in places like d.c. and dallas. we have video of a really nasty fight on a schoolbus. that boy getting punched and choked isn't the only problem you're seeing right there.
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afghan election officials announced the results of last month's election. it faces huge doubts in fraud allegations. ob servers say about 1.5 million votes are suspicious. results show president karzai had a large lead over his rival. new this morning, japan has a new prime minister. he won a landslide election. his campaign for change has been
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compared to president obama's message. this is the huge shift in political power, ending 50 years of almost unbroken rule by the liberal democratic party. right now, japan faces major unemployment, homelessness and its worst recession since world war ii. president carter says the you lie heckle is rooted in racism. tell us what you think of his statement. heidi in arkansas texted us to say that -- another viewer says -- text your comments to hlntv. start your message with robin or leave a comment on her facebook page. two illinois high school students may be expelled after a
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brutal fight on a schoolbus captured on video. students just stood by and watched this as a 17-year-old boy gets punched and joked here. finally, one student steps in and stops this attack. >> i was like, oh, my god. why did that do the little boy like that. and i told my son, i said, why are you laughing? >> i wanted to help, but didn't because i didn't want to get in trouble. >> the student who finally got involved said the principal shook his hand. what's to decide? is there really a decision to be made? tempers flare on the diamond here as a huge brawl broke out in the middle of this game. what happened? >> it was a rumble in the bronx worthy of jackie chan.
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tensions were billing the entire game and jesse carlson throws behind jorge posada. posada gets upset and if he crosses home plate later, he elbows carlson. the two had a couple of words and then it was on. carlson get it is brunt of it. both he and posada were ejected and that just got ugly. by the way, toronto won the game. meanwhile, michael heat's front office employees will be taking a pay cut of up to 20% so they can keep their jobs. the team laid off about 20 workers in may because of the economy. the players will not be affected. and do you like yoga? andre ether says it's made him a better player. he's leads the majors in
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walk-off home runs and says it's helped him stay calm. here he is in july leading 100 fans in a yoga session. >> i thought that was jennifer westhoven. >> phillies and national game, a guy catches it. he gives it to a little girl, let's say it's his daughter. she gives him a high five, she gets the ball. no, no, no. i wanted that. oh, you little cute girl, you. how do you stay mad at that? >> thanks, rafer. well, abc news says it was wrong to post an off color remark by the president on twitter. it happened when the president was getting ready for an interview. the conversation turned to what kanye west did to taylor swift. >> she's getting her award, what's he doing out there.
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the new york stock exchange has just opened for business. wall street hit a record for the year yesterday and the way things are looking now, we could keep going. we're going to check on things in just a few minutes when we go live to the new york stock exchange. stick around for that. and pretty soon, we expect afghan election officials to announce the results of the presidential election. it faces huge doubts and fraud allegations. observers say about one million votes are suspicion and karzai had a large lead over his rival. a new health care reform
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bill is expected to be introduced today. max baucus has been working on a plan that's seen as a bipartisan compromise, but the thing's not getting much support. he says he hopes that will change by the time it goes up for a vote. drug violence the getting worse just across the border from texas. it's only september and the number of drug-related killings in mexico has already past last year's total. mexico's president has dispatched thousands of soldiers to patrol the area. dan brown's follow up to the da vinci code went on sale @ yesterday. it's his third book to feature the character, robert langdon. those are the top stories today. hope you're doing well.
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i'm natasha curry. police investigating the death of annie le have taken dna from a man who works in the building where she was killed. she's since been released. cops are searching his home. he's a university employee and is being labeled a person of interest. one analyst talked to our sister network, cnn, about the case. >> it looked like a crime of passion that was committed in the heat of the moment, spontaneously, impulsively, a case of manslaughter rather than first or second degree murder. but at the same time, if this ever goes to court, the jury will see it as premeditated because the killer stayed around and planned concealing the body, so when you see planning after the fact, then you also think of planning before the fact. but i don't think it's clear at
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all that was the case. >> le's body was found sunday stuffed inside the wall in a basement. we still don't know how she died. prosecutors have blocked the release of their autopsy results. the house of representatives forlerly admonished congressman joe wilson for shouting, you lie, during the president's speech on health care last week. the resolution passed yesterday. the outburst came during a line in the president's speech. democrats were demanding an apology on the house floor, but the south carolina republican refused. >> to me, it's game playing and -- political game playing. they proceeded with the game playing and i believe as i stated, i apologized immediately to the president. he's been very gracious to accept the apology.
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the vice president accepted the apology. the president again sunday night accepted the apology. now, it truly is time to work on health insurance reform. >> former president jimmy carter says that racism motivated wilson's outburst and that it's part of a broader outlash against the president. >> an overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated animosity toward president barack obama is based on the fact that he is a black man. that he's african-american. >> that animosity carter refers to has been on display at protests like this one here last week in michigan. protesters here cast president obama as a witch doctor. others have portrayed him as a nazi and joker from the batman series. wilson's oldest said said,
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quote, there is not a racist bone in my dad's body. his spokesman hasn't been able to comment on president carter's claims. forget the headaches, a lot of people are having their sex lives disrupted by allergies. 95% of people with allergies say their sex life has been affected and some say it almost always affected their sexual activity. researchers want to see how allergies affect people's quality of life. >> it's funny because we just all ordered about 15 cases of allegra and stuff like that. if you're traveling, we do have a lot of rain to talk about. this is the same as it has been. remember, it continues to rain. texarkana, 4.84 inches of rain. little rock, 3.84 and you've had
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two to four since then. the entire east is being affected. atlanta tour cam, the clouds are out there and the rain is here as well. the skyscrapers, getting covered up by those low clouds. if you're trying to catch a flight in or out of atlanta, some delays will be lengthy. the entire storm system is sprawling. memphis, that's where the area of low pressure is. it's really a parent system with an area of low pressure back towards the west with energy rotating around it. look at the rain under the clouds. more streamers coming off the gulf of mexico. alabama, north georgia, carolina mountai mountains, tennessee, all seeing heavy rain and flash flooding. that's what you have right now. rain is the heaviest right now in central arkansas. it's probably going to end
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saturday. a little video coming up from northern georgia. elijay, tons of rain. flash flooding, 20 houses were evacua evacuated. more details in a bit. nobody hurt. >> thank you, bob. breaking news. the associated reports an execution date is now set for john allen muhammad. the master mind of a deadly sniper attack in washington, d.c. in 2002. a virginia judge set the execution for november 10th. he is sentenced to death for the slaying of dean myers, one of the ten people shot and killed during the rampage. so the fed chief says that the recession is likely over. and stocks at their highest for a year and looking to go higher. susan lisovicz live at the new york stock exchange in a look at today's early action here. a lot of people hopeful.
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>> well, we are seeing stocks go higher. yesterday of course as you mentioned, natasha, the rally, we saw fueled by chairman bern beschlo comments. today, we have a report on inflation. it remains in tact. consumer prices rose .4% last month. slightly more than expected. however, prices have fallen 1.5% over the past year. blockbuster video planning to close nearly 1,000 stores by the end of next year. the company is a top video renter in the u.s., but other companies have been cutting into its business. the store closures also reflect new efforts to rent movies. finally, bud back on the big board.
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just about a year ago, inbev bought anheuser-busch and moved to brusch brussels. bud and yes, the celebration marked by today's opening bell, but conspicuously free of any beverages on the flat form. >> you don't expect to see them with beer mugs in their hands. all right. susan lisovicz, live at the new york stock exchange, thanks so much. >> you're welcome. investigators arrested several airline employees who were allegedly smuggling drugs. that's new for you in about a half an hour. p
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41 minutes past the hour. the fda has approved the swine flu vaccine which means you can start getting the shots next month. the government says about 45 million doses will be shipped out by october 15th. health officials want pregnant women, young kids and health care workers vaccinated first. a young boy who was badly burned in an suv accident two months ago is finally out of the hospital. the 5-year-old went home with his family after eight weeks of painful recovery. he's doing much better despite losing his ears in the fire. his father says that he is grateful to the people who helped pull his son out of the car. >> it's graphic, but the one thing i realized is how many
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people were running toward a burning vehicle. that just shows the courage of the people here in wisconsin and the type of community i want to live in. >> you may remember this horrifying video of the burning suv in july. several people, including two of of off-duty firefighters, pull ed the boy from the fire. his family plans to take him to disney world very soon. are you shopping around for a lower interest rate? clark howard tells you how to qualify for the best deals. >> in the world of what you can pay on a mortgage, the rates that were really low earlier this year went away for much of the summer, now have started come back down. now, you're not going to get the rates as low as they were this past spring, but the opportunities are available if you're your credit standing is gone and for people who have
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equity in their home, for you, really solid opportunities. but the best opportunity in the market now is on 15-year, fixed rate loans. normally, there's a spread between 30-year and 15-year loans a little less than half a percent. but right now, with a lot of the lenders, that is just about 3/4 of a point lower. and for people with good credit, you should be able to get a 15-year, fixed rate loan at 4.5% or below. one thing to watch though, the closing costs have gone up. i'm clark howard. for more ways for you to save dough, go to cnn.com/clark howard. >> catch him at noon eastern saturdays and sundays right here on hln. we have new developments in the case involving the sprinter in the gender controversy.
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>> south african officials are furious. why the united nations could get involved.
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check out these pictures. this is of a house fire in hollywood hills. fire crews are on seen as you see here as this helicopter pans to get a closer look, but a huge fire. looks like that thing is fully engulfed. we're not sure if any people are inside this structure. it looks like a home and we're not sure if anyone's been injured. but again, the home in the hollywood hills up in flames. these pictures courtesy of ktla. we'll keep you posted if we get any new information on this. former president jimmy carter says joe wilson's you lie heckle is rooted in racism and is part of a bigger backlash against the president. tell us what you think of the statement. one viewer said -- candy in
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nashville says -- text your comments to hlntv and start your message with robin or leave a comment on her facebook page. lots of options. the story surrounding a south african sprinter is the whole center of a gender controversy. it's taking yet another turn and rafer has the latest. >> south africa's minister for women and children filed a complaint with the united nations over how the case is being handled, saying the international athletics community showed quote, blatant disregard. she's undergone gender testing
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since winning the 800-meters. officials are refusing to confi confirm. jesse carlson throws behind jorge posada. posada not happy so as he's coming home on a hit, he gives a little elbow to carlson, then it was on. they have a few words, carlson would get the brunt of it. toronto would win the game, 10-4. just a mess out there. there's good news for michael vick, but bad news for the girl next door. vick was added to the roster. to make room on the team, they cut receiver hank baskett, married to kendra wilkinson. she is pregnant. and they're married and you
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know, she's preggers. >> she is so supportive of him. i can feel it. i know these things, door. >> but she will be supportive. >> you know these things? >> yeah, i do. i watch the show. so we want to know this -- do men or women lie the most? a study in london's "daily mail" found that men tell lies twice as often as women. >> i hope they didn't spend a lot of money on that research. >> researchers say that men lie about six times a day. and ladies, listen up here, here are men's favorite lies. okay, guys, number one, nothing's wrong. i'm fine. >> ding, ding, ding, ding, ding. >> two, this will be my last pint. british study, right? and no, your bum doesn't look big in that. >> wow, this is the most interesting story i have seen all day. >> only five more, rafer. >> what was that? i missed it. >> he's subtle. >> here's the women's favorite lines here. nothing's wrong. i'm fine.
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the same as guys, nun one lie. it was on sale. >> it was on sale. >> that's a good one. >> that's a lie. >> and i'm on my way. be there in five minutes. okay. >> there you go. so let's move on here, how do you inspire self-confidence in others? today's winning answer in our "morning sunshine" contest came from master sergeant ronald a. he's been in the air force for 19 years and he says he builds confidence in the younger troops by challenging them to tasks that they haven't done before, building on their skills and knowledge. he says by empowering them early, they became stronger, more confident leaders and have the confidence to deploy to places like iraq. ronald, we're sending you a free autographed copy of robin's new book. congratulations to you. and we will also announce a new winner every day. so send us the answer to today's question. maybe you will be tomorrow's winner. the grand prize winner will get
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